Music Business – Your Band Is A Virus

Your Band Is A Virus
By James MooreYour Band Is A Virus
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1481118811
Published: November 2012
Pages: 192
Genre: Marketing, Music, Business
Format available for review: print, ebook, kindle, pdf

As featured on Indie-music.com, Think Like A Label, I Am Entertainment Magazine, Vandala Magazine, Antimusic.com, and recommended by countless music publications, “Your Band Is A Virus! Expanded Edition” is the ultimate music marketing guide for serious independent musicians and bands.

Independent musicians in 2012 find themselves more confused than ever before. “Your Band Is A Virus – Expanded Edition” presents a complete paradigm shift in both the way artists promote and why they do it.

Advocating breaking the rules, bringing truly original expressions to the world, encouraging controversy, timing a release for optimum impact, promoting to music publications with his behind-the-scenes method, taking advantage of the user-generated revolution with a freelancers army, properly marketing music videos, embracing the free music model, and thinking outside the box, “Your Band Is A Virus” presents an actionable and inspired approach to music marketing coming from James Moore, founder of Independent Music Promotions. James’s words have been shared by the likes of CDBaby, Reverbnation, the Lefsetz Letter, the Indie Bible, Indie-Music.com, the DIY Daily and Buzzsonic.com..

“The intention of the book is to completely wipe out many of the misconceptions musicians have when it comes to music marketing. I’m a music promoter. This book wasn’t written by an entertainment lawyer or a label CEO. I’m DIY and I write about what has worked for me, and many of the ideas I’m happy to say just don’t get talked about anywhere else. It’s all straight talk and actionable advice. Musicians have the most trouble and confusion about generating press, so that’s what I focus on. There’s a lot of misinformation out there, so I hope this book inspires and brings clarity to artists” says Moore.

This special expanded edition also includes an industry insiders interview series featuring legendary producer Stuart Epps (Led Zeppelin, Elton John), HIP Video Promo CEO Andy Gesner (HIP has worked with Johnny Cash, Bon Iver, Pearl Jam, Of Montreal), Justin Wayne of the Justin Wayne show, Katie O’Halloran of Ithinkiloveit.com and Crystal Lee of Vandala Concepts Magazine.

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Business – Ninety Days to Start Gaining Wealth

Ninety Days to Start Gaining WealthNinety Days to Start Gaining Weatth
by Veronica Michele Brooks
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 978-1434913104
Published: April 2012
Pages: 32
Genre: Business/Economics
Format Available For Review: Print

Who wants to be rich? Is it possible to gain wealth in these times of economic turmoil, where uncertainty and disillusionment prevail?

For Veronica, a person worthy to be placed in every success story book, what you need is a head start. In every page of her book to financial freedom, she provides the secrets of becoming a millionaire or even a billionaire in a step-by-step procedure, which starts in the first ninety days of seriously pursuing your financial goals.

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Self-Help – Succeeding While Black: A Blueprint for Success

Succeeding While Black: A Blueprint for SuccessSucceeding While Black
by Matthew R Drayton
Publisher: Drayton Communications
ISBN: 978-0578119250
Published: March 2013
Pages: 102
Genre: Self-Help, Business, Success

The Tried and True Road to Success…Hard work and solid ethics may be old-fashioned…but they’re indispensable to success in life. Succeeding While Black draws attention to and provides solutions for many of the issues facing African-Americans. Many young African-American men will find themselves in prison, in gangs, and on the streets without opportunities to succeed. African-American children still trail behind other ethnicities in almost every academic statistical category in America. By sharing his own story and personal struggles, author Matt Dayton debunks the myth of a challenging early life inevitably resulting in failure, and candidly shares his journey of changed focus and better decisions. Drawing on a lifetime of mentoring and leadership, Matt provides the building blocks to success-from appearance to attitude-in an accessible voice that will appeal to all readers. If you are working with African-American youth, this book is a must-have.

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Self-Help/Business – Ancient Principles for Success: 10 Keys to Personal and Business Triumph

Ancient Principles for Success: 10 Keys to Personal and Business TriumphAncient Principles for Success
by Daniel Oke
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 978-1467883481
Published: January 2012
Pages: 112
Genre: Self Help/Business
Format Available For Review: PDF

The Ancient Principles for Success is a book you will definitely find engaging, it will challenge your perception, understanding and acceptance of the wisdom of the ancients. The book brilliantly and fearlessly highlights the importance of ancient wisdom not unknown but perhaps forgotten or at best relegated to the recesses of our subconscious. It brings new expository insights to sometimes familiar sayings, stories and proverbs but with a twist, so it is perfectly adapted for application to the mentality of winning, success and business today. It does this so vividly that the book could perhaps be applied as an ongoing workbook on your journey towards your ultimate goal of success.

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Business – Puttin’ Cologne on the Rickshaw

Puttin’ Cologne on the RickshawPuttin Cologne on the Rickshaw
By William Bouffard
Publisher: William L. Bouffard
ISBN: 978-0984799909
Published: July 2012
Pages: 394
Genre: Business

Puttin’ Cologne on the Rickshaw is a must read for all who are about to enter the workforce. It teaches what’s not taught in business school – how the workplace really works. Ace preparation for the emotional abuse that comes in heaping helpings from today’s dysfunctional workplace. The book is dedicated to understanding and combating the proliferation of rude and uncivil behavior in our society and especially the workplace. It analyzes the myriad games people play and how they lead to the downright evil cultures present in todays modern dysfunctional workplaces. It analyzes the ranks of the sociopaths and sycophants that populate the average workplace and the backstabbing methods they use to better their careers at the expense of yours. It also takes aim and investigates the most onerous behavior of them allbullying in all its forms. It exposes the management and leadership abyss and the problems of organizational amnesia, plausible deniability, blamestorming, and fear of surprise, and how they all infect and poison the workplace culture. It lampoons the infamous performance review and pay-for-performance processes. It provides sage advice on how to survive the modern workplace and become a true leader in spite of what goes on around you.

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Music Marketing – Six-Figure Musician

Six Figure MusicianSix-Figure Musician – How to Sell More Music, Get More People to Your Shows, and Make More Money in the Music Business
By David Hooper
Publisher: MusicMarketing.com
ISBN: 978-1608423330
Published: January 2013
Pages: 272
Genre: Marketing, Music, Business

Today’s music business has more opportunity for musicians and songwriters than ever before. If you’re willing to take control of your career and embrace change, you can be successful and make a lot of money.

Six-Figure Musician – How to Sell More Music, Get More People to Your Shows, and Make More Money in the Music Business is 272 pages of “big picture” ideas and proven marketing strategies that will help you to succeed in the new music business. It is a realistic, hype-free guide that will help you get to unleash your music and make a great living.

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